LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) - A gaggle of activists occupying the land the place Kauai’s Coco Palms hotel is living has neglected a pass judgement on’s order to vacate.
A Kauai pass judgement on ordered the activists to vacate the property via Sunday. But as of Monday afternoon, activists remained and no regulation enforcement officials had been on web page.
More than 50 folks confirmed up on the web page on Sunday to reinforce the activists, who declare to be descendants of Kauai’s remaining king.
Co-defendants within the court docket case, Noa Mau-Espirito and Kamu “Charles” Hepa, watched their fellow activists occupy the land from off web page. They stated they didn’t need to get arrested as a result of they nonetheless need to battle for the land via royal patent and ancestry.
Coco Palms has been closed for greater than 25 years. Its developer plans to reopen in 2019.